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Peoples Democratic Party leader and Jammu and Kashmir Education Minister Naeem Akhtar Monday said that unless all the stakeholders are taken on board, peace and development was not possible in the state.
“You see no process (of dialogue) starts or ends with the push of any button. It is a continuous discourse, Mufti (Mohammed Sayeed) Sahab had said it and he has been saying it that unless we take all the stakeholders on board till then neither peace is possible nor development”, Akhtar told reporters in Jammu.
On the questions raised by the opposition over the Rs 80,000 Crore package sanctioned by the Prime Minister during his visit to Jammu and Kashmir on November 7, Akhtar said that the money “would help boost the economy of the state”.
“It is the job of the opposition to object to everything,” he said.